I’d say so!
Is this post shed? Were there other honeys in this clutch? Looking at this again, it might actually be a lemon.
They’re all shedding today. I’ll post some others when I get home from work.
Only one other honey-looking one shed today.
Here she is
This is the male I posted first with a new close up.
Super excited for you! Pretty pretty babies!
I have to say that this is one of the most gorgeous corns I have ever seen in my life. It literally made me have a new list item and it is right at the top, just saying.
What a beautiful, beautiful clutch! Congratulations, @mvite! How many hatchlings are in that pile of wonderful?
Wow thank you! I’ve been obsessed with Miami SK and cinder - motley threw me for a loop!
12 hatchlings in this clutch. I had 15 eggs but three didn’t hatch.
Sorry I’m posting without quoting. I haven’t posted on a forum for a bit.
What a beauty! Loving the sad/disappointed ghostlike headstamp!
lol I see the sad face!
Lol that is how I feel about that shatter motley . You really produced a great clutch.
Wow is definitely the right word! That snake is stunning but the little guys head stamp is mind blowing! !
Beautiful, beautiful. Decent sized first clutch, too. Choosing holdbacks can be a tough call. I personally find it harder to choose with Motley involved since it’s so variable. I like 'em neat patterns, I like 'em funky, and their future babies can look totally different still. You mentioned you want to keep at least 2.1. I would advise keeping at least 2.2 if you’ve space. There are so many reasons why it’s nicer to have options as they grow into becoming future breeders. Happy holdback shopping!
Hey I see you have some of your babies listed now (which are very tempting!). You might want to recheck the sexes of your ‘female’ shatters. Cinder is sex linked and since the mother of the babies was not homozygous cinder, it’s incredibly small odds for her to produce homozygous cinder female babies. So any of your homozygous cinder babies should be male unless you hit those miniscule odds.